The Isaiah David Hart Bridge is a truss bridge that spans the St. Johns River in Jacksonville, Florida. It carries U.S. Route 1 Alternate and State Road 228. It is named after Isaiah Hart, the founder of Jacksonville. It was designed by Sverdrup & Parcel.
The ramp is currently under construction but the bridge is open during construction.
The Fuller Warren Bridge is a prestressed concrete girder bridge that carries Interstate 95 (I-95) across the St. Johns River in Jacksonville, Florida. The Florida Department of Transportation is currently constructing a $126 million project to add traffic lanes and a shared-use path to the bridge for pedestrians and bicyclists connecting San Marco and Riverside neighborhoods.
The 12-foot-wide pathway for pedestrians and cyclists will be on the south side of the bridge, separated from traffic by a fence. The railing will have artistic features developed with input from Riverside Avondale Preservation and the Cummer Museum of Art and Gardens.
The bridge is available for using during construction and will have lane closures through the end of construction.
It’s been inhabited by college students, a future deputy sheriff and businessmen as well as by rooming-house tenants paying $125 a week. They all played a part in the life of Elena Flats, which opened about 1909 with four apartments after the Great Fire of 1901 destroyed much of Downtown.
In its 109 years, uses ranged from a boarding house to a 25-unit rooming house to nothing but a vacant, deteriorating building.
It came close to demolition for use as a parking lot, but it’s been recently restored to offer four luxury apartments to be rented for about $2,500 a month.
Investment: $2.8 Million
E. Coastline Drive runs along the St. Johns Riverfront in front of the Hyatt Hotel.
Are you looking for a senior community that is full of life?
Look no further than Cathedral Residences.
Cathedral Residences is a lively, active community where people care about one another and work to maintain a friendly and supportive neighborhood environment. Coming to live at Cathedral Residences is a gracious yet practical alternative for your retirement. It’s home without the worries of upkeep and maintenance.
Currently open while under construction.
The Ferber Co., based in Ponte Vedra Beach, is developing an 11,500-square-foot retail center on 1.5 acres in the Brooklyn District. Featuring a Panera Bread, Chipotle, Bento Asian Kitchen + Sushi and Chop Barber Shop, Brooklyn Place will be located adjacent to Brooklyn Station on Riverside, a 50,000-square-foot retail center opened in 2015 and anchored by The Fresh Market fresh-focused specialty grocer along with local favorites like the Burrito Gallery and Hyppo Popsicles.
Everything old is new again at the historic Barnett Building following a two-year restoration of one of Jacksonville’s most prestigious addresses. The mixed-use building features 107 loft-style residential apartments overlooking downtown Jacksonville and the St. Johns River. It also houses Chase Bank, the University of North Florida’s Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation and The Jacksonville Business Journal.
SouthEast Group completed the renovation of the historic, 18-story Barnett Building.
For more than 20 years, health care consumers have named our hospital the “most preferred healthcare provider” in the region. As the central hub of the Baptist Health system, Baptist Jacksonville provides the highest level of medical and surgical care using the latest technologies, such as the robotic-assisted da Vinci™ Surgical System. We believe in pairing highly advanced diagnostic and treatment capabilities with highly personalized care for you and your family.
Will remain open while construction takes place. Construction will include tenant build-outs.
Ashley Square will be a six-story senior housing community in Downtown’s Cathedral District.
Tampa-based Blue Sky Communities LLC and nonprofit Aging True Community Senior Services will invest $15 million to convert a 1.03-acre parking lot into 96 one-bedroom, 650-square-foot units and 24 two-bedroom, 900-square-foot units.
The lot is bordered by Beaver, Ashley and Newnan streets, west of the Stevens Duval Apartments.
The site plan also calls for a 160-space, ground-level parking garage with the apartments built above it.
Augustine Development Group purchased five lots totaling 1.5 acres for $5.4 million in July 2018. The group has begun work to convert the long-vacant, historic Ambassador Hotel into a 120-room hotel property with a nationally recognized flag at an estimated construction cost of $18 million. The phases following include plans for a 200-unit apartment building and parking garage to further benefit the needs of the Independent Life Insurance Building renovation, also underway on the same street.
Investment: $37.1 million (hotel, multifamily housing and structured parking garage).